Have you jumped on the bidet bandwagon yet? You should
Bidets have been common in Europe and Japan for centuries and have never really cracked the North American market. But sales of an affordable new type of bidet attachment are bringing these gizmos mainstream.
05/18/2019 - 09:38 PM
B.C. pilot Patrick Forseth among 5 killed in Honduran plane crash
Five foreigners, including Canadian pilot Patrick Forseth, died on Saturday when a private plane crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from Roatán island, a tourist destination on the Caribbean Sea coast of Honduras.
05/19/2019 - 10:39 AM
What's on your mind, Canada? Your MP wants to know
The 2019 federal election campaign is already underway. The CBC News Canada Votes newsletter is your weekly tip sheet as we count down to October 21.
05/19/2019 - 04:00 PM
Search for missing N.W.T. travellers suspended after body spotted
Yellowknife RCMP say that they've suspended the search for three missing N.W.T. travellers after spotting a dead body in a large area of open water.
05/19/2019 - 10:34 AM
Nova Scotia's harsh winter coast stars in horror film screened at Cannes
Nova Scotia's unforgiving coast has a starring role — alongside Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson — in a new fantasy-horror film.
05/19/2019 - 02:20 PM
Toronto police collect 2,700 firearms through gun buyback program
Toronto police say they have received more than 2,700 unwanted guns from city residents through a gun buyback program that wrapped up Friday.
05/18/2019 - 09:35 AM
Watch as orcas surround a Howe Sound sailboat and delight all on board
Bradford McArthur was on a sailboat last week when a pod of killer whales swam around and underneath the vessel, including one with a freshly caught seal in its mouth.
05/18/2019 - 12:57 AM
Canada's James Hinchcliffe uninjured after crash at Indy 500
Canadian James Hinchcliffe suffered no serious injuries after a crash on the second lap of his qualifying run at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
05/18/2019 - 02:05 PM
He lived through a Nazi invasion. 79 years later, he saw a 'disgusting' Nazi flag go up in his Sask. village
Gerrit de Gooijer first saw a hated Nazi flag flying in his village on the afternoon Friday, May 10. It happened to be exactly 79 years from the day the Nazis marched into his home country of the Netherlands, starving and killing his people.
05/18/2019 - 02:00 PM
Welcome to Jurassic Park, where hope springs eternal for Toronto sports fans
The amount of heartbreaking moments for Toronto sports fans who gather inside the concrete jungle referred to as both Maple Leaf Square and Jurassic Park is starting to add up. Though, in many ways, being in the square for a Toronto sports team playoff loss is a rite of passage.
05/19/2019 - 05:00 AM
Online application opens for homeowners seeking help after floods
The City of Ottawa opened its online service where floods victims can submit requests for remediation work to their flood-damaged homes.
05/18/2019 - 09:18 AM
Parliament Hill excavation uncovers pre-Confederation military complex
Buried beneath the flowers, trees and statues dotting the grounds of Parliament Hill are the remnants of a military complex that predates both Confederation and the founding of Ottawa.
05/18/2019 - 04:00 AM
Christine Sinclair scores as Canada defeats Mexico in Women's World Cup tune-up
Christine Sinclair scored goal No. 181 of her career Saturday against Mexico in a women's soccer friendly.
05/18/2019 - 02:44 PM
From football star in Ottawa to gang life and death in Thunder Bay
Four years before Robenson Saint Jean was killed in Thunder Bay, he was a nominee for a prestigious Ottawa youth award recognizing his perseverance in overcoming a troubled childhood to find success on the football field.
05/18/2019 - 08:00 AM
'Stem cell' therapies offered at private clinics need to be approved as drugs, Health Canada says
Across Canada, private clinics charge thousands of dollars for injections and IV therapies using what they claim are stem cells. This week, Health Canada ruled that those cell therapies are drugs that must be approved. But so far, the agency has not ordered clinics to stop doing the procedures.
05/18/2019 - 09:00 AM
Texts, ads and leaders: How party strategists work to get their message out
As October approaches, the federal parties are refining their plans to win votes. The official campaign period won’t kick off until after the summer, but the unofficial race is already on.
05/18/2019 - 04:00 AM
'I don't give a shit': Police release 911 call complaining about Amber Alert
Niagara Regional Police have released the audio of a 911 call in which the caller swore at the operator and complained about an Amber Alert message on his phone.
05/17/2019 - 02:23 PM
Raptors have no answers for over-powering Bucks
Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and 17 rebounds to lead Milwaukee 125-103 over the Toronto Raptors on Friday, putting the Bucks up 2-0 in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference final.
05/17/2019 - 11:18 PM
Winnipeg General Strike was 'large and difficult defeat' in 1919 but benefits workers today
The 1919 Winnipeg General Strike ended five days after the violent confrontation on Bloody Saturday, without any concessions being won by the workers and with many facing a bleak future.
05/18/2019 - 07:00 AM
Genocide against Indigenous Peoples recognized by Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg now deems the treatment of Indigenous Peoples in Canada as genocide, a change in position following criticism. Previously, the museum had said Indigenous Peoples faced cultural genocide rather than genocide.
05/17/2019 - 06:02 PM
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